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A  non-asphaltic self-sticking membrane flashing consisting of a heavy woven and coated film laminated  with a proprietary translucent adhesive with a disposable silicone coated release liner. Aqua Flash GREEN is applied as part of a system using AQUA FLASH PRIMER and AQUA FLASH MASTIC. Aqua Flash GREEN may be applied  to wood, concrete, masonry, steel and gypsum board.


  • Qualifies for LEED credits for (MR) (EA)
  • Excellent puncture resistance
  • Ultra-violet exposure- 90 days
  • High temperature stability
  • Self-adhering
  • Seals around anchors and fastener penetrations


  • Thru-Wall Flashing
  • Concealed Flashing
  • Foundation Sill Flashing
  • Base Flashing
  • Spandrel Flashing
  • Head & Sill Flashing
  • Parapet Flashing


Prior to applying the membrane, the substrate should be primed with AQUA FLASH PRIMER following mfg instructions. Aqua Flash GREEN should be cut into manageable lengths of approximately 10 feet. Remove the release line and apply the membrane starting at the lowest point and work upwards. Once the membrane is in place, use a steel hand roller to secure membrane firmly in place eliminating any wrinkles or air bubbles. All side laps should be a minimum of 2 ½ inches and the membrane cut flush with face of masonry. AQUA FLASH MASTIC should be applied on all seams and laps. A bead of AQUA FLASH Mastic should be run along the full length of the horizontal top edge of the membrane. Inside and outside corners must be covered with two layers of membrane and sealed with AQUA FLASH MASTIC.

No maintenance is required once installed

Note:      Not to be used as an exposed flashing
               No other mastic or primer is to be used without prior written mfg. approval
               Termination bar is required if surface mounted
               Compatible  with all AQUA FLASH products

Sizes: 12”, 16”,   18”,  24”,  36”  x  75 Lineal Feet

Storage:  Material is to be stored between 55 degreesF and 85 degress F.  If stored at a lower temperature, material should be brought up to 55 degrees before installation.          
*See specification sheet for complete PRODUCT specifications and installation specifications for various applications.

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